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National Science FoundationSludge Management - An Integrated Approach (1994)

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National Science Foundation
Applied Science and Research Applications Directorate

Sludge Management - An Integrated Approach
AVA08336VNB1 - 1994

Details research into new methods of managing sludge, the pollutants removed from wastewater, in an ecologically sound way. Since sludge is produced at the rate of thirty-five billion gallons a year at sewage treatment plants in the US, there is a lot of sludge.

Produced for the government by Media Four Productions.


This movie is part of the collection: FedFlix

Producer: National Science Foundation
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Language: English
Keywords: FedFlix; ntis.gov

Creative Commons license: Public Domain


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Reviewer: PL_Maven - 1.00 out of 5 stars - March 28, 2010
Subject: The Joy Of Sludge
If you're making a home movie about chemistry, or just sludge, and you need PD stock footage, you've hit the jackpot: Scientists process dark-colored liquid sludge in pipes, tanks, test tubes, beakers, etc. etc.

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